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4632. Now Let Our Mournful Songs Record

1. Now let our mournful songs record
The dying sorrows of our Lord,
When He complained in tears and blood,
As one forsaken of his God.

2. The Jews beheld Him thus forlorn,
And shake their heads, and laugh in scorn:
“He rescued others from the grave;
Now let him try himself to save.

3. This is the man did once pretend
God was his Father and his Friend;
If God the blessèd loved him so,
Why doth He fail to help him now?

4. Barbarous people! cruel priests!
How they stood round like savage beasts!
Like lions gaping to devour,
When God had left Him in their power.

5. They wound His head, His hands, His feet,
Till streams of blood each other meet;
By lot His garments they divide,
And mock the pangs in which He died.

6. But God, the Father, heard His cry;
Raised from the dead, He reigns on high;
The nations learn His righteousness,
And humble sinners taste His grace.

Text Information
First Line: Now let our mournful songs record
Title: Now Let Our Mournful Songs Record
Author: Isaac Watts (1719)
Meter: LM
Source: The Psalms of David, 1719
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: ANGELUS
Composer: Georg Joseph (1657)
Meter: LM
Incipit: 11234 55455 67176
Key: E♭ Major
Source: Heil­ige Seel­en­lust oder Geist­liche Hirt­en-Lied­er (Bres­lau, Ger­ma­ny: 1657) (set to the words "Du mein­er Seel­en gül­dne Ziehr")
Copyright: Public Domain



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